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I found the tutorial of this owl on Japanese or Chinese site. Unfortunately I can not find the link to the tutorial. If anyone finds it can give me the link and I post it here, thanks.

This owl is very cute and easy to realize. Can be customized with different fabrics and for the eyes you can use many materials (buttons, felt, beads).
It can also be realized in many different sizes, the larger can become a toy or a pillow. The measure that I use is perfect to create some fancy keychains or pins.
Hope you understand!

Posted by pavlov from Italy • Published See pavlov's 10 projects »
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  • How to make an owl plushie. Cute&Simple Owl - Step 1
    Step 1

    pattern http://i109.photobucket.com/albums/n67/cri00/Immagine-1.jpg

    The triangle A need to build the body and the face. The triangle B is used to build the belly of the owl.

  • How to make an owl plushie. Cute&Simple Owl - Step 2
    Step 2

    With wrong side of fabric facing sew the two sides of the triangle A to the sides of the triangle B

  • How to make an owl plushie. Cute&Simple Owl - Step 3
    Step 3

    The larger triangle will still have an open side. Fold the triangle A and add the left side to right side (the triangle B is folded inside). Sew around the open side.
    The result is like the figure on the right.

  • How to make an owl plushie. Cute&Simple Owl - Step 4
    Step 4

    Turn the owl on the right side and pin just above the small triangle.
    Then filled with stuffing. Stuffing should not fill the area enclosed by the needle.

  • How to make an owl plushie. Cute&Simple Owl - Step 5
    Step 5

    To close the owl sew the bottom and pull the wire so the fabric curls. Close with some knot.

  • How to make an owl plushie. Cute&Simple Owl - Step 6
    Step 6

    Remove the pin and fold the empty triangle to form the face of the owl.
    Sew or glue the eyes.

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clare.hartland
clare.hartland · Taunton, Somerset

You could stuff this with rice or dired corn kernels and they could be a Owl Hand warmer!

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toyswill m.
toyswill m. · 3 projects

Those owls are so cute.I put them in the bedroom.

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toyswill m.
toyswill m. · 3 projects

I got it.Thanks for your article.I have many cute toys like this bought in Toyswill.

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Call me Buddy
Call me Buddy · 15 projects

I think I might make one of these :)

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galaxi.aksesoris
galaxi.aksesoris · Pekanbaru

Thank you >_< wonderful tutorial, I like to make handmade accessories ^_^ , I hope we can share a lot of handmade things, please visit my site here : http://www.grosiraksesoriswanita.net/

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Lani B.
Lani B.

omg this is sooo cute im so gonna do this :)

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dianash88
dianash88 · Bristol, United Kingdom

Cute!

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abigail2.0
abigail2.0

Oooooo! I made some plush owl ornaments and turned tehm 2 Christmas ornaments......... turned out CUH UTE!

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Karen R.
Karen R. · Saginaw, Michigan

I just came across this little guy..so cute... am going to go and dig through my fabric stash so i can make some asap.. . there is a picture of one with someones cat... I think my little dogs would love them too...ADORABLE and FUN!!!! :)

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Juliet J.
Juliet J. · Cuneo, Piedmont, IT · 63 projects

Awww tender ones :) thank you for this tutorial! 1324 deserved likes.

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